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Jun_Bin
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Add multiple data into multiple column in SharePoint list

Hi,

 

I'm having an application that can capture multiple images. Currently, the way i store the record is I'm having a SharePoint list to store it and multiple images will be stored into SharePoint library. I would like to have the UrL of the Image(s) that created in the SharePoint library to be stored into a few columns ("Image1", "Image2" and ...) in SharePoint list . Is there any way to loop and store Url of image 1 into column image1, Url of image 2 into column image2 and etc?

 

Or is there any recommendation to perform particular task?

 

Best Regards,

Jun

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Re: Add multiple data into multiple column in SharePoint list

Hi @Jun_Bin,

 

So far, to add picture from PowerApps to SharePoint library using Camera control, we will need to take a Flow Button and hack it into a PowerApps trigger to send the image from PowerApps to Flow. But in Flow, there is only one related action for creating file in SharePoint. And it can only create one file at a time. 

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So you cannot add multiple images at one time from PowerApps to SharePoint list. And each time the flow run, it will return 1 link to PowerApps. And you can use this link as the data of one list column. But you will need to add the next column data with the next run of Flow. So generally, I do not think this could be achieved.

 

If you want to upload one picture captured via Add picture control from PowerApps to SP library, please check the following blog:

http://repointtechnologies.com/saving-images-from-powerapps-to-sharepoint/

In addition, the MVP user @John Liu has found a simplest solution to upload a picture captured via Add picture control from PowerApps to SP library. Please check and see the following blog:

http://johnliu.net/blog/2018/7/the-simplest-no-code-solution-to-save-pictures-files-from-powerapps-t...

 

Best regards,

Mona

 

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Community Support Team

Re: Add multiple data into multiple column in SharePoint list

Hi @Jun_Bin,

 

So far, to add picture from PowerApps to SharePoint library using Camera control, we will need to take a Flow Button and hack it into a PowerApps trigger to send the image from PowerApps to Flow. But in Flow, there is only one related action for creating file in SharePoint. And it can only create one file at a time. 

5.JPG

 

So you cannot add multiple images at one time from PowerApps to SharePoint list. And each time the flow run, it will return 1 link to PowerApps. And you can use this link as the data of one list column. But you will need to add the next column data with the next run of Flow. So generally, I do not think this could be achieved.

 

If you want to upload one picture captured via Add picture control from PowerApps to SP library, please check the following blog:

http://repointtechnologies.com/saving-images-from-powerapps-to-sharepoint/

In addition, the MVP user @John Liu has found a simplest solution to upload a picture captured via Add picture control from PowerApps to SP library. Please check and see the following blog:

http://johnliu.net/blog/2018/7/the-simplest-no-code-solution-to-save-pictures-files-from-powerapps-t...

 

Best regards,

Mona

 

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Jun_Bin
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Re: Add multiple data into multiple column in SharePoint list

Thanks Mona,

 

Best Regards,

Jun Bin

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